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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

We are living on the edge of disaster



LAST CALL
AT THE OASIS

New documentary covers the perilous life of Lake Mead: "If we don't do anything, Las Vegas is a dead city ..."

The 100-minute look at global water conflict and cooperation was written and directed by Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Jessica Yu.

6 comments:

Glubis Valdivieso said...

this is pretty scary if would have to come down to it. People today don't realize the little things they do in life could waste so much water. We all have to be more water conservative if we wanna continue life here in las vegas.

Anonymous said...

Leaves me to wonder why Las Vegas hasn't made this more aware?
Brent Wilson
Com101 4080

Anonymous said...

Conserve water! Turning off the water when you brush your teeth is a start. Every little bit can make a difference. Why not try to remedy this situation because Las Vegas is our home and the home to many!

Claude marchi com101 hn4080

Anonymous said...

There was a speech on this. Seriously save water!It's a desert out there. I want to live in Vegas for a long time.

Erin Penman
Sec. 4080

Anonymous said...

I remember a student in our class did a persuasive speech about water conservation. Since then I've been trying to do my part!

Alberto Sayson
Com101 4080

Anonymous said...

This is a good article about this: http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/mar/23/official-las-vegas-water-pipeline-northern-nevada-/, I'm sure if Las Vegas needs water they're going to take it from where ever and who ever they can since this is the city that fuels that state economically...


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